door, doorway

door, doorway
مَدْخَل \ approach: a way (to a place, of doing sth.): Every approach to the town was guarded. This problem requires a different approach. door, doorway: the entrance to a room or building: My wife came through the door. doorway: the entrance to a room or building. entrance: a way in (door, gate, etc.): He met me at the entrance, gate (also gateway), an opening in a wall or fence, where men or vehicles may enter; the structure round this opening. intake: a place where sth. (water, petrol, air, etc.) enters a pipe or machine.

Arabic-English glossary. 2015.

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